A medical student conducting an internship at GHP has reported his analysis results from a mathematical modeling study.
Ryo Ueno, a fifth-year medical student at the Graduate School of Medicine, the University of Tokyo, with GHP staff member Associate Professor Hiroshi Nishiura, has published a short note on epidemiological interpretations of the diagnosis of a single imported case of dengue in a German traveler returning from Japan. The letter was published in the February issue of Eurosurveillance, and can be read [...]
On January 20th, 2014 two GHP students came first and second in the 16th Annual Contest for Scientific Papers by Foreign Students, held by the Graduate School of Medicine. This contest is open to foreign students of the Graduate School of Medicine who were the first author on a paper accepted for publication in 2013. GHP students Ver Bilano and Sarah Krull Abe came first and second, respectively.
Fact-based view of the world: why developing vs. developed is meaningless
The Global Leadership Program (GLP) at the University of Tokyo and Japan Institute for Global Health (JIGH) are honored to host an open seminar on innovative data visualization, led by Professor Hans Rosling (Professor of International Health at Karolinska Institute and co-founder and chairman of the Gapminder Foundation). Professor Rosling is one of the world’s most popular statisticians notable for his 2006 TED presentation which has been watched more than [...]